F.A.Qs

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Who is a Private Investigator?

A Private Investigator is someone who conducts an investigation in order to uncover certain evidence.  Our Lead Investigators at Beach Security are some of the best trained in the industry.  With the training and experience we offer you should look no further in hiring Beach Security to conduct your investigation.

What types of cases do Private Investigators handle?

Private Investigators are retained on all sorts of cases.  Private Investigators are well known for investigation Cheating Spouses.   Beach Security is much more than that.  We also investigate All Family Law, including child custody, divorce, adultery, spousal and child support cases.  We also provide civil and criminal assistance in investigating specialty cases such as; Automobile Crashes, Insurance Investigations, Forensic evidence collection, Background Checks, Property loss, Assaults and Homicide investigations including suspicious death.  We have a response team for missing persons which includes search K-9.

Who hires Private Investigators?

Anyone can hire a private investigator.  Mostly our clients consist of Law Firms, Businesses, Insurance Companies and Private Citizens.  We also provide Public Defender assistance for Defendants who can not afford to hire an Investigator for their ongoing case.  These cases typically are for all major felonies.

How do Private Investigators get paid?

Private Investigators are paid on the number of hours required to complete the investigation.  Other factors include the location and environment in which the investigation will take place.  Client pay a retainer fee to start the investigation.  The Lead Investigator keeps the client apprised of the efforts and the operation plan for the case.  At no time are our clients surprised with a bill or invoice.  All of our clients receive a contract that list the task that the Investigators will attempt to accomplish during the investigation.

How do I choose the right private investigator?

Do not choose an Investigation Firm without thoroughly looking into the reputation and that they are in good standing.  Check their reviews and ratings.  Make sure your investigator is licensed and insured.  Also, all Private Investigation Firms must have a license to provide services.  This license is separate from the license that a private investigator holds.  Make sure you understand your fees and charges.  Do not hire an investigator with out a contract to protect yourself. 

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